Independent Signatories of|
The Manifesto for Agile Software Development
We are uncovering better ways of developing
software by doing it and helping others do it.
Through this work we have come to value:
That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.
|Signatures Received: 15 Apr to 24 Apr 2016|
|Ramón Viñas Avalos: I am completely convinced that is the best way to develop software and essential if we really make a digial transformation in your company. Currently we have about 15 agile teams developing a new platform.|
Chan Naseeb: I have been practising and evangilizing Agile methodology, its values for past 5 years. Before this, I believe we were living in "Dark ages" (Waterfall Arena, although, I have no hesitation to give the credit to waterfall approach which helped us all to land on Agile planet). Before Agile, we were talking "plan" and with Agile we are talking "value" that we (can) deliver more frequently which comes to customers, and end users no more as a surprise rather we buy-in their involvement upfront and regularly to make the product better in the next iteration.
Vinícius Roggia Gomes.
Sulabh Matele: (Capgemini)
Daniel Pérez Ortega: Since 2007 i'm working with Agile, is the best methodology to work in team where each developer is self organized and deliver a working software with the best quality, customers know the importance of their participation in the project and they feel part of the success, this give us better results in a short time.
Adrianne Baugh: (1st Bank) I support the agile manifesto!
Daniel Marín Ortega.
Abhishek Wadhawan : (WIPRO Technologies ) Hi I am true follower of Agile and its ways of dealing development.
|Wolf Tombe: Waterfall is archaic and dead! Frankly, it never really added as much value as it was supposed to. Given today’s rapidly changing technology landscape and growing demand for just in time delivery of apps going lean and Agile is the only way to be successful. Whether you use scrum, kanban or any other methodology is less important that being lean and agile over all!|
Vinicius Pires: (HSBC Global Technology Brazil) To create better software, to deliver projects on time, to work as a team and to change the corporations' mind-sets!
Alexander Orlovsky: (Freelance) I fully support agile manifesto!
Ramanathan gurumurthy: (Polaris consulting and services)
David E Kendall.
Alberto Sanz Herrero.
James Erasmus: (Barclays) I'm in!
Diana Williams: Understanding your customer's needs and then frequently delivering to meet those needs, it's the only way.
Nkateko Khoza: (Davhuli Technologies)
Brett Stauner: Moving to Agile has helped us build better software, delivering more regularly, with less wasted effort. It's what I wanted for years, and just didn't know it was there.
Nye Jones: Yes! I support the Agile Manifesto!
BELKEBIR Taoufik: I believe in Agile and working on adapting agile processes on safety critical software developement.
|Marc Strüßmann: (Michael Henze & Partner) Experience tells, the values and principles work - not only for Software Development though...|
Ravi Kiran Penukonda.
Tobias Renk: (BP Europa SE)
Jose Antonio Dorado.
Lloyd Jones: I endorse the agile manifesto, and endeavour to maintain its values throughout my professional life. I believe that without agile methodologies companies developing software will die. The manifesto underpins all these methodologies and they are more valuable because of this.
Rıdvan Akçiçek: (ALL4AGILE)
Jorge Muñoz: (IMPUTEC) Estoy de acuerdo con este manifiesto.
Fernando Luiz Gouveia.
Armando Maya: (DewSecureFlow)
Kevin Hoi Kit Mak.
Diane Van Etten.
Filippo Quaranta: (FREELANCE)
Nick Clark: (Thomson Reuters)
Syed Shabid Ali: Make people notice the results not the changes. A painless way to do it is by inculcating an agile mindset.
Thierry Dupard: (KollaCode LLC) We live by the spirit of the manifesto... and avoid the industry that it created. We wash your mouth with soap when you say SCRUM over here...!
Aileen H Pacheco.
Andrea Wood: (IBM Canada)
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